We love our parks, programs, facilities, and open spaces - and we know you do too!
GVRD is developing a comprehensive 10-year master plan to see where our parks can grow, how our programs can expand, what improvements our facilities need and ways to better serve our community. This master plan process will identify a series of recommendations that will guide decision making and investments over a 10 year span.
Your input is needed!
About The Greater Vallejo Recreation District - GVRD is a separate government agency from the City of Vallejo that provides parks and recreation programs for children, families, and seniors in Vallejo. GVRD operates primarily by means of locally-controlled funding and also receives revenue from fees for services, park entrances, programs, and facility rentals. Grants and park dedication permit fees assist in the provision for new park development projects and ongoing maintenance.
GVRD manages 407 acres of public park space including 20 neighborhood parks, 10 community parks, 6 special purpose parks, an olympic-size swimming pool and 4 community centers. GVRD, maintains over 1,000 acres of public land and offers programs that benefit over 120,000 Vallejo residents of all ages each year.
We want to hear from community members of all ages and from all neighborhoods!